I think this is it. Remember that during the season, Herbert from Oregon was being spoken of as the consensus #1QB. Offseason rolls around, and now all the draft "experts" say Murray is the clear favorite (despite not fully performing at the combine or his pro day).
IMO there aren’t enough scouts with knowledge watching college football. Every team has gotten themselves hyped up for the 2020 and even 2021 classes, it’s unreal. You have front offices out here wondering how they can get away with tanking to land Tua next year or Lawrence in a few seasons. Hype is a terrible metric to bet your team’s future on, regardless of how talented those QBs look on a stacked college roster.
I hope Haskins falls to someone with a decent roster and veteran QB he can learn behind. Make up that missed draft bonus $ with on-field performance and longevity on a proven winner.